Sunday, November 16, 2008

Disney on Ice

Two $28 tickets, one $20 princess wand that lights up, one $18 disney princesses on ice t-shirt, one $10 bag of cotton candy (that came with a "free" Incredibles mask) and one $10 sno-cone in a princess cup. An afternoon with Emma watching Disney on Ice...priceless!






Angleton v. Foster

Angleton won their first play-off game, beating Foster in a battle of the offenses Friday night 55-51. They will face off again Houston Davis this Friday. Go Cats!

Emma and Daddy after the game:
Emma cheering on the field after the game (she was mad the entire game because she couldn't go down to the track and cheer with the cheerleaders!):

Emma with Christen, Miss Gwen's daughter:
Emma with Kristin Crisp, her favorite cheerleader that she claims she wants to be:





Wildcat Pep Rally!


Angleton had a pep rally last Thursday night to send the football team off to their first play-off game against the Foster Falcolns. Here is a picture of Emma with her friend Burke (another coaches son) with Willie the Wildcat.

District Champs!


The Angleton Wildcats won their first district championship in a long time last week by defeating Manvel 49-36. We are so excited to be going to the play-offs for the first time in a few years! Go Cats Go!
After the game:
Emma singing the alma mater after the game:

With Pop-Pop during the game:
With Noni during the game:










Wednesday, November 5, 2008

Wildcat Cheers

This is Emma doing the cheer "Purple, Silver and White" video

This is Emma singing the Angleton Fight Song

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And this is Emma's favorite sequence she does at the end of any cheer or celebration. "Hurkey, Toe Touch, Tuck Jump, Side Jump", and now the newest edition to the routine a split at the end! video

Our Very Own Taylor Swift

This is Emma last night singing "Our Song" by Taylor Swift. She's got some pretty good dance moves too! :-) video

Saturday, November 1, 2008

Happy Halloween!

This Halloween was a crazy one for us because we had to get a quick round of trick or treating in before heading off to Santa Fe for a football game. It all went well though. Emma got to trick or treat for about 45 minutes (and hauled in PLENTY of candy!), she wore her fairy costume to the game, and the night ended with a Wildcat victory! Here are some pictures from our day:
Going to Miss Gwen's in the morning:
The pretty fairy:
Watching the Wildats: After the WIN (please disregard my hair!):


Pumpkin Patch

A couple of weeks ago, my friend Kendra and I took Emma and her 2 year old, Ty, to a pumpkin patch here in Angleton. The kids mostly enjoyed rolling pumpkins and running around, but we managed to get them together for a couple of cute pictures.

The day started off well:

And then ended with screaming!

The Oil Ranch

A couple of weeks ago, my mom, sister and I took Emma, Kai, Jax and my sister's friend's little boy Caden to a place called the Oil Ranch near Waller. They had lots of activities to do there such as pony rides, a hay ride where you could feed cows, a train ride, a pumpkin patch, a petting zoo, hay mazes and playgrounds. It was a fun, but exhausting day, because the activities were spread out over acres and acres of land and we had haul 4 kids under the age of 3 from place to place. Here are some pics of our day:
Emma, Kai and Caden Emma feeding an animal at the petting zoo:
Emma and I:

Emma on a big pumpkin:


Emma at the end of the hay maze: